George Frampton in his studio

Mr. George Frampton, R.A., in His Studio

Source: Erskine, facing p. 84

Looking at London as an "art city," Mrs Erskine writes that it would be difficult to talk about the work of individual artists, as her discussion could not hope to cover them all. However, "the group of sculptors is smaller than that of the painters," she says, embarking at once on George Frampton. [Commentary continues below. Mouse over the text for links.]

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